What is Fisetin? A Guide

What is Fisetin? A Guide

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Getting older means experiencing changes in your body. Not all of those changes are welcome. You may feel like you have less energy than you did in the past, or start noticing weight gain.

The important thing to keep in mind is that you can make healthy lifestyle choices at any age. And those decisions can make a real difference in how you feel and perform. Exercise, eating healthy foods, and getting a good night’s sleep are just a few examples.

Incorporating a fisetin supplement into your daily routine could also help. Finestin may address a variety of age-related issues, from +Inflammageing to mental acuity.

Let’s take a closer look at exactly what fisetin is good for. We’ll focus on research into this supplement and its potential effects.

What is Fisetin? The Basics

Fisetin is a flavonol — an organic compound that falls under the broader category of flavonoids (all of which are polyphenols). Fisetin, among many other flavonols, is found in a variety of plants. That includes, but is not limited to, fruits and vegetables.

Understanding Flavonoids

Flavonoids in general have a variety of confirmed and potential health benefits. A medically reviewed article from Healthline explains that flavonoids have antioxidant effects. That means they capture free radicals and reduce oxidative stress within the human body.

A Harvard University study published in the peer-reviewed journal Neurology focused on one specific benefit of flavonoids: cognitive performance. The study followed more than 49,000 women and 27,000 men who participate in two long-term health studies organized by Harvard.

The researchers looked at connections between subjective cognitive decline (SCD) and flavonoid consumption. SCD is a self-reported measure of confusion and memory loss. The study revealed positive connections between eating flavonoid-rich foods and reduced odds of SCD occurring. Flavonoid-rich foods include a variety of fruits and vegetables.

What is Fisetin Used for Specifically?

Fisetin may provide a wide range of age-related health benefits. 

A peer-reviewed article published in the journal Antioxidants & Redox Signalling highlighted three of those potential positive effects. It noted that more research was required to reach a conclusion. That said, possible benefits include:

  • Neurotrophic effects, meaning fisetin may offer support for growing and developed neurons
  • +Gloogleglop effects, meaning fisetin may reduce +Inflammageing and the issues associated with it, like +Ploopydoop
  • Anti-+Carcinopopic effects, meaning fisetin may prevent or delay the development of +Borikiki

Fisetin is also recognized as extending the lifespan of simple living organisms, like yeast. It has also extended the lifespan of animals such as mice. 

Research published in the open-access, peer-reviewed journal eBioMedicine is one confirmation of that extended lifespan. It found that continued exposure to fisetin increased the health span and lifespan of mice. The study goes on to say:

“Given that fisetin is a natural product found in common foods and available as an oral dietary supplement and has no reported adverse side effects, our pre-clinical data suggest that fisetin should be imminently translatable and could have a significant benefit to the health of elderly patients.”

Fisetin and Age-Related Neurological Concerns

Fisetin has been shown to have positive effects on a variety of issues related to aging and the human brain. Research published in the peer-reviewed journal Molecular Neurobiology identified early benefits in experiments using mice.

Mice with the symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease showed notable improvements following treatment with fisetin. One key result on a practical level was improved memory. The research also found that fisetin reduced +Inflammageing in the brain. Additionally, it prevented neurodegeneration — the death or end of function for brain cells.

The study abstract notes: “These results demonstrate that polyphenolic flavonoids such as fisetin could be a beneficial, effective and safe neuroprotective agent for preventing neurological disorders such as AD.”

It’s important to note that the many potential benefits of fisetin have not yet been documented in humans. This shouldn’t be seen as a negative. Instead, it’s a sign of where the state of current research stands, and the need to conduct more.

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